The Daniels Wood Land crew works together to come up with an exciting plan for a treehouse playground on the grounds of homes for female veterans and their families.
A Special Christmas Mission for Veterans
After freezing their butts off in Indiana to deliver a pig-themed playhouse, John and Mark are greeted by some ecstatic clients.
A Playhouse Project That Makes the Clients Go Hog Wild
After many hours and clever construction, the hillbilly shootin' gallery for The Shepherd of the Hills in Branson, Mo., is ready for some action!
A Rootin' Tootin' Hillbilly Shootin' Gallery
Seems like everyone resorts to 12-year-old humor and giggles when you introduce a fart joke to a piece.
Fart Jokes Never Get Old
Ren (AKA Rengineer) shows you how to make a fire for spaces where real flames might not be allowed.
How to Make Fire Without Actual Flames
The Daniels Wood Land crew finally gets to see how the San Francisco Dungeons all came together when it's revealed to the public.
Retribution Awaits at the San Francisco Dungeons!
With the camping-themed shooting gallery ready to go, Ron, John and team find that their creation is a big hit.
Turning Clients into Wood Land Junkies
See the magical structures brough to life by the one and only Redwood Kings! Coming Friday, August 1 at 9PM E/P!
Walk Into a Fantasy Land
Ron sits down to cast a mold for a new shooting gallery character, which leaves him, quite literally, speechless and in the dark.
A Clever Way to Keep Ron from Talking
With a multitude of projects going on at once, the team wasn't quite sure it would all get done. But it did - and the end results are fantastic!
Multiple Projects Come Together to Create a Giant Display
The guys explain how they get the right lumber for each job using only trees that have fallen and other reclaimed objects.
Right Lumber For The Job
If you get a Daniels Wood Land treehouse, it's going to be one-of-a-kind!
Every Treehouse is Unique
Take a trip to John's carving cabana and learn how he makes such intricate carvings with a chainsaw.
A Lesson in Chainsaw Carving
John and Ron show you where their business got its roots - on family land.
See Where it All Started for Ron and John
The Daniels Wood Land crew reveals the completed clubhouse to one happy and excited family.
A Giant Treehouse to Grow Into
What better way to zipline than to zipline into a Daniels Wood Land creation?
Zipline Straight into a Dilapidated, but Awesome, Mine